Dans la même veine que l'approvisionnement libre de données, il serait bien d'avoir une collectivité du genre Github pour le partage de code particulier à l'élaboration des applications gouvernementales.
I agree the government should be using GitHub more. It's unfortunate though that there's no clear approval process or even recommendation for code written by public servants to be open source (which is required for sharing on GitHub).
Data.gc.ca could play a fundamental role in enabling this by recommending that code written using tax payer dollars, where appropriate, be made open source so that all Canadians have access to it.
The Government of Canada (GC) actively contributes to GitHub as part of several initiatives. The largest contribution is the Web Experience Toolkit (WET) at https://github.com/wet-boew/wet-boew, which includes the code for all of http://www.canada.ca and for earlier versions of GC websites. This code has been re-used by other governments and organizations both nationally and internationally. Another sharing example is the code for our Open Government Portal, http://data.gc.ca—developed using the open source toolkit CKAN—which can also be found on GitHub at https://github.com/ckan. We are always exploring new ways to use collaborative tools such as GitHub to interact with other governments.
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I agree the government should
Soumis par Gray O'Byrne le ven 19/09/2014 - 15:23
Why not just use GitHub?
Soumis par Derek le mar 02/09/2014 - 17:57
The Government of Canada (GC)
Soumis par open-ouvert le mer 27/08/2014 - 14:16